topic Can I claim my daughter as a dependant if she lives at home and works part time and files her own tax return in Get your taxes done using TurboTax https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/can-i-claim-my-daughter-as-a-dependant-if-she-lives-at-home-and-works-part-time-and-files-her-own/01/114131#M48163 Sat, 01 Jun 2019 05:15:50 GMT dinah71 2019-06-01T05:15:50Z Can I claim my daughter as a dependant if she lives at home and works part time and files her own tax return https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/can-i-claim-my-daughter-as-a-dependant-if-she-lives-at-home-and-works-part-time-and-files-her-own/01/114131#M48163 Sat, 01 Jun 2019 05:15:50 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/can-i-claim-my-daughter-as-a-dependant-if-she-lives-at-home-and-works-part-time-and-files-her-own/01/114131#M48163 dinah71 2019-06-01T05:15:50Z Your two possibilities to claim a dependent are as follow... https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/your-two-possibilities-to-claim-a-dependent-are-as-follow/01/114140#M48167 <P>Your two possibilities to claim a dependent are as follows:</P><P> <B>You may be able to claim your daughter as a Qualifying Child if:</B> </P><P></P><UL> <LI>The child must be related to you. The child can be your son, daughter, stepchild, eligible foster child, brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister, stepbrother, stepsister, adopted child or an offspring of any of them.</LI> <LI>Your child must be under age 19 or, if a full-time student, under age 24. There is no age limit if your child is permanently and totally disabled. </LI> <LI>Your child must live with you for more than half the year, but several exceptions apply (ie. away at school). </LI> <LI>The child cannot provide more than half of his/her support. </LI> <LI>You must be the only person claiming the child</LI> <LI>The child must be a US citizen, resident alien, national, or resident of Mexico or Canada.</LI> <LI>The child cannot file a joint return with his or her spouse. </LI> </UL><P></P><P> <B>You may be able to claim your&nbsp;daughter as a Qualifying Relative dependent if:</B> </P><P></P><UL> <LI>You provided more than half of her support in 2016</LI> <LI><SPAN>&nbsp;<B>She earned less than $4,050 in gross taxable income</B>. (Social Security income generally doesn’t count here.)</SPAN></LI> <LI><SPAN>She&nbsp;lives with you (<B>365 days in the year</B>) or is related to you. </SPAN></LI> <LI>She isn’t a dependent on someone else’s taxes. </LI> <LI>&nbsp;She isn’t filing a tax return with a spouse (married filing jointly). </LI> <LI>She&nbsp;is a U.S. citizen, resident alien, national, or a Canadian or Mexican resident</LI> </UL><P></P><P>You can’t claim a dependent if you are a dependent on someone else’s taxes</P><P></P><P>See <A href="https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/tax-tips/Family/Rules-for-Claiming-a-Dependent-on-Your-Tax-Return/INF12139.html" target="_blank"><B>Rules For Claiming Dependents</B></A></P><P>The rules above apply even if your daughter works.</P><P>If you are eligible to claim her per the above, your daughter cannot claim herself on her own tax return.</P><P></P><P>&nbsp;</P> Sat, 01 Jun 2019 05:15:52 GMT https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/taxes/discussion/your-two-possibilities-to-claim-a-dependent-are-as-follow/01/114140#M48167 Marketstar 2019-06-01T05:15:52Z
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<P>Your two possibilities to claim a dependent are as follows:</P><P> <B>You may be able to claim your daughter as a Qualifying Child if:</B> </P><P></P><UL> <LI>The child must be related to you. The child can be your son, daughter, stepchild, eligible foster child, brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister, stepbrother, stepsister, adopted child or an offspring of any of them.</LI> <LI>Your child must be under age 19 or, if a full-time student, under age 24. There is no age limit if your child is permanently and totally disabled. </LI> <LI>Your child must live with you for more than half the year, but several exceptions apply (ie. away at school). </LI> <LI>The child cannot provide more than half of his/her support. </LI> <LI>You must be the only person claiming the child</LI> <LI>The child must be a US citizen, resident alien, national, or resident of Mexico or Canada.</LI> <LI>The child cannot file a joint return with his or her spouse. </LI> </UL><P></P><P> <B>You may be able to claim your&nbsp;daughter as a Qualifying Relative dependent if:</B> </P><P></P><UL> <LI>You provided more than half of her support in 2016</LI> <LI><SPAN>&nbsp;<B>She earned less than $4,050 in gross taxable income</B>. (Social Security income generally doesn’t count here.)</SPAN></LI> <LI><SPAN>She&nbsp;lives with you (<B>365 days in the year</B>) or is related to you. </SPAN></LI> <LI>She isn’t a dependent on someone else’s taxes. </LI> <LI>&nbsp;She isn’t filing a tax return with a spouse (married filing jointly). </LI> <LI>She&nbsp;is a U.S. citizen, resident alien, national, or a Canadian or Mexican resident</LI> </UL><P></P><P>You can’t claim a dependent if you are a dependent on someone else’s taxes</P><P></P><P>See <A href="https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tools/tax-tips/Family/Rules-for-Claiming-a-Dependent-on-Your-Tax-Return/INF12139.html" target="_blank"><B>Rules For Claiming Dependents</B></A></P><P>The rules above apply even if your daughter works.</P><P>If you are eligible to claim her per the above, your daughter cannot claim herself on her own tax return.</P><P></P><P>&nbsp;</P>
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